Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p257


Volume 1, Page 257

    BRISTOW or BRISTOL, DANIEL, New Haven, s. of Henry, m.
Esther Sperry, had Esther, b. 6 Feb. 1698; Elizabeth 13 Aug. 1699; Ann, 12
Feb. 1701; Daniel, 15 Oct. 1702; Obedience, 7 Oct. 1704; Samuel, 8 Aug.
1706; and Richard, 18 Oct. 1708. HENRY, New Haven 1647, had Rebecca,
b. 4 Feb. bapt. 10 Mar. 1650; Samuel, 3, bapt. 7 Dec. 1651; Mercy, b.
17 Nov. 1653; and by sec. w. Lydia d. of Eleazer Brown[1], m. 29 Jan.
1656, Lydia, 3 Jan. bapt. 7 Feb. 1658; John, 4 Sept. bapt. 27 Nov. 1659;
Mary, 1 Sept. bapt. 9 Nov. 1661; Hannah, 10 Dec. 1663, bapt. 13 Feb.
foll.; and Abigail, 19, bapt. 23 Apr. 1666; beside Sarah, b. 1668; Daniel,
4 May 1671; Elizabeth 20 May 1674; Esther, 3 Oct. 1676; Eliphalet, 2 Oct.
1679; and Henry, 20 June 1683. Twelve of these 14 ch. surv. the f. Rebecca
m. Dec. 1670, Zaccheus Candee. JOHN, New Haven, s. of the preced. had
John, b. 4 Oct. 1686; Mehitable, 29 June 1688; and Joseph, 9 Aug. 1689.
RICHARD, Guilford 1640-69, br. of the preced. m. perhaps as sec. or third
w. Susanna, wid. of Thomas Blatchley of the same. Hav. no ch. he made the
eldest s. of his br. heir to his est. As the city of Bristol was formerly call. Bristow,
this fam. name prob. has chang. in conformity.

    BRITTEL, JOHN, Salem, had a gr. of ld. 1637, prob. rem. soon.

    BRITTERIDGE, RICHARD, Plymouth, came in the Mayflower, 1620, d.
ten days after land. being the first of the sad roll.

    BRITTON or BRITTANE, JAMES, Weymouth, a favorer of Lenthall,
for some asperasion of the min. at other places was in Mar. 1639, whip.;
and 21 Mar. 1644 was hang. for adultery. Winthrop I. 289, and II. 157-9.
Lechford MS. as in 3 Mass. Hist. Coll. III. 403. JAMES, Woburn, d. 3
May 1655. He, or the preced. may have come from London, in the
Increase, 1630, aged 27, if the custom ho. rec. of the embark. of James
Bitton lost a single letter; wh. is not improb. for the official name seems
very strange. NATHANIEL, Newport, in the hist. of freem. 1655.

    BROAD, ALLEN, mispr. oft. for Breed.

    BROADRIDGE, RICHARD, Casco 1680.

    BROADWAY, EDMUND, Gloucester 1653, sold his est. there that yr.

    BROCK, HENRY, Dedham 1642, d. 1652, leav. w. Elizabeth and ch. John,
Elizabeth and Ann, nam. in his will, made 22 Apr. 1646, but w. d. bef. the
will was pro. 19 Oct. 1652. JOHN, Reading, b. 1620, says Mather's
Magn. IV. 141, at Stradbrook in Suffk. came in 1637, may have been s.
of the preced. and also freem. 18 May 1642, but both points are uncert.
and the latter highly improb. H. C. 1646, soon after taught a sch. preach.
at Isle of Shoals, Farmer thot. 12 yrs. long eno. to allow one or two
marvels occur. there. as well as those at Reading about him to be relat.
in his biogr. was ord. at R. 13 Nov. 1662, and m. the same day, Sarah,
wid. of Samuel Hough, his predecess. in the pulpit, d. of Rev. Zechariah
, wh. d. 27 Apr. 1681, and he d. 18 June 1688. 3 Mass. Hist.
Coll. II. 312. RICHARD, Watertown, came in the Elizabeth and Ann,
1635, aged 31, from London, d. 24 Oct. 1673 or 4. WILLIAM, Salem
1639. W. Gibbs.

    BROCKETT, BENJAMIN, New Haven, s. of John of the same, m. 24
Mar. 1669, Elizabeth d. of Thomas Barnes, had a d. b. and d. 1671; John, 3
June 1672; Mary, 6 May 1675; Hannah, 19 Mar. 1678; and he d. 22
May 1679. His w. m. 21 Jan. 1684, John Austin. JOHN, New Haven 1639,
a signer of the first coven.; had John, bapt. 31 Dec. 1643; Be fruitful
and Benjamin, tw. 23 Feb. 1645; Mary, prob. 25 Sept. 1646; Silence,